Support » Plugins and Hacks » [Plugin: WordPress Download Monitor] adding a directory not working

  • I can’t quite work this out from the documentation, but i’m trying to upload an entire folder of about 100 ‘downloads’ into WordPress Download Monitor, using the ‘add directory’ function.

    So i’ve created a subdirectory called nasgpdocs inside my wordpress/wp-content directory (wordpress is a subdirectory of my main site).

    But when I try to add the relative path of my directory as wp-content/nasgpdocs and click ‘Scan & Add), no files are found.

    Any ideas??

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  • I have the same issue.

    I have the same issue, has anyone found a solution?

    Still no solution, documentation is lacking.
    I use relative paths for many other things, but it is not working for this.
    Anyone care to answer?

    I’ve tried relative paths from /home/xxxxx/public_html/wp-content/uploads/dirname

    and from

    wp-content/uploads/dirname

    and from various iterations

    with and without beginning and trailing slashes

    Bump.
    I am having the exact same issue as rhrobert

    I was able to solve my issue by simply enabling the ‘file browser option’ (set drop down to yes) in configurations > general options.

    Once enabled you can use the toggle file browser option when adding a directory. you can chose the directory you want from the list and it writes the relative path for you.

    Not sure if this will solve everyones problems but worked for me.

    timbocf

    (@timbocf)

    All my file browser shows is a 0… ??

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